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29 28 The Unofficial Guide to Medicine The Unofficial Guide to Medical Research, Audit and Teaching Recommended Reading for Medical Students and Junior Doctors We have set up a publishing model that allows students and junior doctors to produce and help develop their core learning materials. We place students at the forefront of each stage in the writing of our textbooks. In contrast to seniors, juniors and undergraduates have recent exposure to the medical curriculum and are able to relay relevant information in an easy-to-understand format. Our books are recognised for their excellence, having won prizes from the British Medical Association, theBritish Institute of Radiology and the Association for the Study of Medical Education. ••{ “I would thoroughly recommend this book to anyone with a burgeoning interest in academic medicine, and anyone who has struggled with RS projects, auditing and research.” The Unofficial Guide to Radiology The Unofficial Guide to Medical Research, Audit and Teaching is an invaluable resource that will help you stand out in a time when job posts are becoming increasingly competitive and you are required to be more than just a good clinician. • Written in a practical and step-wise manner • Key features: guides to writing papers, finding supervisors and funding, information on auditing, and advice on maximising your teaching impact • Awarded ‘Highly Commended’ at BMA Medical Book Awards 2015 The Unofficial Guide to Radiology is used by thousands of students worldwide to help them achieve success in tricky radiological examinations. • Covers virtually every possible X-ray you are expected to know about up to final year, with additional imaging such as MRIs, CTs, ultrasound and PET scans • Over 100 high-quality, A4, fully-annotated images in clinical case scenarios each with comprehensive reports by expert radiologists • It is on the Royal College of Radiologist’s recommended reading list • Awarded The British Institute of Radiology Undergraduate Resource of the Year 2015 • Awarded ‘Highly Commended’ at the BMA Medical Book Awards 2015 The Unofficial Guide to Prescribing ••{ “The Unofficial Guide to Radiology is comprehensive for the level of knowledge needed for our course. All round, this is a brilliant textbook, whichever year of study you’re in.” ••{ “Everything you need to learn safe and effective prescribing.” The Unofficial Guide to Prescribing is a practical book that takes you through the steps of how to assess, investigate and manage patients, with a clear focus on what to prescribe and how to do it. • Scenarios presented as they would within a hospital, with initial investigations and management, reassessment and definitive treatment • Example drug charts filled in with model answers for realistic scenarios, and additional blank charts for further practice • Reviewed by 4th year Liverpool med student Not only aimed at assisting final years transitioning into foundation jobs and junior doctors, but also extremely helpful for other clinical years, prescribing exams and basic pharmacology theory as well SCAN TO DISCOVER  TheUnofficialGuideToMedicine  @UGTMedicine Sphincter magazine | volume 80 issue 2 | Winter 2016 edition  The_UGTM  @the_UGTM Our current books are all available on our website www.unofficialguidetomedicine.com Amazon, and your local book shop Sphincter magazine | volume 80 issue 2 | Winter 2016 edition